A record 39 R5 cars have been entered for Rally Italia Sardegna (June 14-16), the eighth round of the 2019 WRC championship and the opening event in the second half of the series.
Eighteen are Fabias, nine are Fiestas, five i20s, three each Polos and C3s, and one 208T16.
The 94 entries for the event is the largest WRC entry since Monte Carlo and Portugal in 2014, in which 94 cars started those events.
There are 12 World Rally Cars, including the popular Czech privateer Martin Prokop, who is making an annual pilgrimage to his favourite event in an old Fiesta RS WRC.
There are five WRC2 Pro entries including two new Skodas, while there are 11 JWRC entries again.
Six entries have been accepted under the National Car rules.
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